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35 Gorgeous Star Ornaments for All ages to Make

Here, you&#;ll find over 35 Homemade Star Ornaments for all ages to make. Whether you&#;re looking for simple star ornaments for the Christmas tree, or larger garden ornaments to hang on your porch or patio or in your garden, you&#;re sure to find the perfect start that suits your fancy here. 

Every year we add a few more stars to our growing collection of Christmas crafts.  I thought it would be fun to share all of our star ornaments with you along with a few others that I&#;ve gathered from around the web.

You&#;ll find star crafts for all ages in this round up.  Simple stars for toddlers and preschoolers.  More challenging stars for older children, and there are some stars in here that teenagers and grown ups will enjoy making as well.

26 Star Ornaments for kids and moms to make

26 Gorgeous Star Ornaments for All Ages to Enjoy

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Glittered Craft Stick Stars &#; Powerful Mothering

Woven Fabric Stars &#; Inside The Paper Box

Cinnamon Star Ornament &#; Moms 4 Real

8 Pointed Magazine Page Stars &#; My Poppet

tissue paper and popsicle stick stars side by side on window

These stained glass stars are easy to make with just tissue paper and painted popsicle sticks. They look like real stained glass!

Star ornaments for kids to make

Easy Pipe Cleaner and Bead Stars &#; Treehouse Parents

Jewelled Craft Stick Stars &#; Happy Hooligans

Personalized Craft Stick Star &#; Powerful Mothering

Wool Wrapped Stars &#; Happy Hooligans

Natural star ornaments for kids to make

Twig and Raffia Stars &#; Happy Hooligans

Sheet Music Stars &#; Happy Hooligans

You can find an even easier version of our sheet music star ornaments here.

Twig and Wire Stars &#; UCreate

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Rag and Pipe Cleaner Star &#; Happy Hooligans

Easy Sun Catcher Stars &#; Happy Hooligans

Twiggy Stars &#; Happy Hooligans

Twine-wrapped Star Ornaments &#; Under the Table and Dreaming

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Colourful Origami Stars &#; Hugo and Mathilda

Paper Star Ornaments &#; Picklebums

Tissue Paper Window Stars &#; Brass Tacks and Basics

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Ribbon and Craft Stick Star &#; Thistlewood Farms

5-Point Newsprint Origami Star &#; Homemade Gifts Made Easy

Rolled Book Page Star &#; House Rivals

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Folded 3-D Paper Christmas Stars &#; Homemade Gifts Made Easy

Single-Sided 3-D Paper Stars &#; Homemade Gifts Made Easy

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Woven Star Ornaments from Book Pages &#; House Rivals

Simple Styrofoam Stars &#; Happy Hooligans

Peppermint Candy Stars &#; Hello Homebody

Easy Yarn Wrapped Star Ornaments for Kids

I made these yarn-wrapped star ornaments years ago for our Christmas tree. They were super-easy to make, and didn&#;t cost a thing. I like to package them up in sets of 3 or 5 and give them to friends, neighbours etc. for Christmas along with a plate of Christmas cookies.

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(14)Origami Stars: Check out this super fun and simple origami star for endless possibilities, including mini tree toppers, when strung as garland, or even as a baby mobile! (via Red Ted Art)

(15)Easy Origami Star: Love origami but need a beginner’s tutorial that’s easier for kids (and yourself)? This is a great place to start. Use patterned papers for an extra special addition to your holiday décor. (via It’s Always Autumn)

(16)5-Point Origami Star: If you’re into folding, these easy folding paper stars are easy to take on for any skill level and look great in both solid colors and prints. (via Homemade Gifts Made Easy)

(17)Printable Star Glasses: Let your little one shine like the star they are with this printable template for glasses that they can decorate for the holidays, Fourth of July, or just because! Add some glitter for true Hollywood vibes! (via Pickle Bums)

(18)Paper Star Snowflakes: These snowflake-inspired stars can be made with glue sticks or even staples. Craft them with red, green, white, silver, or gold for some true holiday vibes to hang on the tree. (via Red Ted Art)

(19)3D German Paper Stars: These gorgeous and unique stars are known as “Fröbelsterne” in Germany and are found at Christmastime! They are so dimensional that they look like bows and are often found as the topper for beautiful packaging as well as a decoration. (via Craft Ideas)

(20)Scrunched Paper Stars: Scrunching tissue paper is so much fun! Let your littles choose from multiple tissue colors to glue onto stars for a pom pom look! (via Crafts on Sea)

(21)Printable Paper Stars: Print out this easy star template and craft together some Christmas ornaments by adding yarn, string, and beads for a fun, homemade vibe. (via Pickle Bums)

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This is the 3rd in our series of creative Christmas crafts for your kids to try this year.

In today&#;s post, we are sharing some of our favourite Christmas star crafts.  You can make stars with:

  • wool/yarn
  • recycled cardboard
  • wooden craft sticks, slices/rounds and toothpicks
  • natural sticks and twigs
  • buttons
  • felt and fabric
  • paper and newspaper
  • clay and salt dough

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Yarn star ornaments from Art Bar Blog

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Elmer ornament from Mama Miss

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Homemade Christmas tree star ornaments from Live Craft Eat

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Cardboard yarn ornaments from Snap Creativity/Tauni & Co

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Woolly twig stars from The Craft Train

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Yarn wrapped star ornaments from Kids Craft Room

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Wood slice string art ornament from Happy Brown House

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Wooden star ornament from Just Crafty Enough

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Twig ornaments from Happy Hooligans

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Button star ornament from Fireflies and Mud Pies

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Button star Christmas ornament from Buggy and Buddy

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Button star ornaments from Red Ted Art

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DIY Christmas decorations &#; felt stars free pattern from Apple Green Cottage

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Cut and fold paper stars from Minieco

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DIY origami paper star cards from hello, Wonderful

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3D paper stars from Post-It notes from Babble Dabble Do

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Newspaper stars from Red Ted Art

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Scandinavian fabric stars from Crafting a Rainbow

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DIY embossed clay stars from Gathering Beauty (found on Fun Crafts Kids)

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Salt dough Christmas decorations from The Best Ideas for Kids

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What is your kids&#; favourite Christmas star craft?

You can find heaps more fun Christmas crafts on our Pinterest page here.

 

 

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Twinkle twinkle little star…chance are this is one of the first songs you’ve sung to your kids. My kids are mesmerized by anything star shape and it’s no surprise why. Stars are magical, playful and a brilliant way to decorate or make something that’s bright and dazzling. Check out these twinkly star crafts which will have you making anything from garlands, ornaments, paper kites, magical wands, and even instruments!

Paper Folded Stars (via Mini Eco) These colorful paper straws can be folded from tiny to large shapes (3 templates are included) and strung as garlands, mobiles or ornaments to add a bright pop of color to any kids’ room.

Star Salt Dough Ornaments (via Freutcake) Salt dough is an easy dough to whip up for some fun rolling and stamping – such as these decorative stars. These almost remind me of star “cookies” that kids can pretend making and decorating.

Easy Star Glitter Tee (via hello, Wonderful) Here’s our 5 minute tutorial on creating an easy, glittery star tee for your kids for some sparkly style.

Star Party Hats (via Wayfair) These sparkly star hats are so festive for a celebratory party or cute just for your fairy princess.

Clay Star Garland (via Delighted Momma) Here’s a simple polymer clay garland that will add lots of shine and sparkle to your kid’s room.

Cloud and Star Card (via Pretty Prudent) With all those birthday parties to attend, here’s a sweet little card your kids can create to make the birthday guest feel like a star.

Coloring Wooden Stars (via Leigh Laurel Studios) I love this simple idea. Give your kids wooden stars and see what magical designs they make – so simple and fun!

Fudge Gold Stars (via Hungry Happenings) When the kids are extra good or have accomplished something extraordinary, give them one of these delicious gold fudge stars, complete with inspirational sayings.

Sequined Felt Star Wands (via Heartmade) We all know our kids are stars, but it doesn’t hurt to be reminded with this cute sequined felt wand with a secret pocket and message.

Melted Bead Wands (via Artful Parent) Here’s another fun way to make a wand that gives kids some hands-on fun. Melted beads create such beautiful and colorful swirls and designs.

Kite Paper Stars (via Playful Learning) These pretty window paper kite stars are so stunning to admire, especially as the sun shines through!

Star Spin Drum (via No Time For Flash Cards) Have your kids decorate this fun little spin drum instrument and make a wish or two in the process.

Yarn Wrapped Ornaments (via Small For Big) These colorful chunky pom pom star ornaments are an adorable craft for kids to make and would look so cute hung up to add bright pops of color.

Star Necklace (via Zakka Life) Give kids a close reminder to always shine bright with this cute and simple wooden star pendant DIY.

Recycled Stars (via My Poppet) These modern folded stars make good use of recycled magazine pages and are something an older child can make as decorative stars.

Check out more creative kids’ crafts here.

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3 Glitzy Wooden Star Projects To Ring in the New Year

Grab some glitter and a pack of wooden craft stars and DIY these decorations in plenty of time to watch the ball drop.

Make your year-end celebration feel like a night on the town even if you’re ringing in the new year on the sofa. HGTV Handmade’s Danielle Boaz created three different wooden star projects sure to add sparkle to your New Year’s Eve decor. Top cupcakes with glamorous stars, make a glittery headband and pose for the perfect selfie in front of gold star garland.

Gold Star Garland

Note: For 6 feet of garland, you will need approximately 36 wooden stars.

Drill + Glitter

Place a piece of scrap wood on a work table. Then, take a stack of three wooden stars and align them together (Image 1). Now use a drill to create two holes in each wooden star for the gold string to go through (Image 2). Tip: Be sure to use a drill bit that matches the size of your string. Once all the stars are drilled, place them on a piece of scrap paper. Using a foam brush, apply a coat of decoupage glue to one side of each star, working in small batches (Image 3). Then, lightly sprinkle a layer of gold glitter onto the decoupage glue (Image 4). Let the stars dry for several hours (Image 5).

New Year's Eve Wooden Star Crafts: Stack Stars

Drill holes in multiple wooden stars at once. Align a stack of two or three stars and use a drill to pierce a hole through all at the same time.

New Year's Eve Wooden Star Crafts: Drill Holes

Use an electric drill to add two holes on each side of the wooden star. This will allow a thread to be placed through the star to create the garland.

New Year's Eve Wooden Star Crafts: Decoupage

Use a sponge brush to apply a thick layer of decoupage glue to the wooden star.

New Year's Eve Wooden Star Crafts: Add Glitter

Shake on a thick layer of glitter to the decoupage glue on the wooden stars.

New Year's Eve Wooden Star Crafts: Gold Glitter Stars

Let the batch of gold glitter stars dry for several hours before threading them through string to make the garland.

Thread String + Enjoy

Measure 6 feet of gold string (Image 1). Take the end of the string and thread it through an embroidery needle. Then thread the string through the left hole of the first star, pushing the thread in toward the back, then up through the front hole (Image 2). Note: The string should run along the back of each star. Slide the stars down the string about 1 inch apart (Image 3). Last, tie a loop on each end of the gold string (Image 4) and display the garland on the wall for the perfect backdrop (Image 5).

New Year's Eve Wooden Star Crafts: Measure String

Measure 6' of gold string to thread through the drilled holes in the glitter, wood stars.

New Year's Eve Wooden Star Crafts: Thread Star Garland

Thread the glitter wooden star with an embroidery needle through the two drilled holes.

New Year's Eve Wooden Star Crafts: Thread Star Garland

Thread the gold string through the two holes on the glitter star using an embroidery needle.

New Year's Eve Wooden Star Crafts: Tie Knot

Tie a knot at the end of the string on the garland. This knot will allow you to display on the wall.

New Year's Eve Wooden Star Crafts

HGTV Handmade's Danielle Boaz makes the cutest wooden stars for her New Year's Eve decor. To make your own, you will need 2’’ wooden stars, decoupage glue, gold string, gold and silver glitter, an embroidery needle, a plastic headband, glittery ribbon, a low-temp hot glue gun, drill, jewelry wire, gold and silver metallic paint and toothpicks.

Silver Star Headband

Paint Stars

For Danielle’s sparkly headband, place (2) 1-inch wooden stars between (3) 2-inch wooden stars (Image 1). Next, use a foam brush to coat one side of the stars with decoupage glue (Image 2). Then gently sprinkle on a layer of silver glitter (Image 3). Let the stars dry for several hours.

New Year's Eve Wooden Star Crafts: Wooden Stars

Arrange the wooden stars to fit your chosen headband.

New Year's Eve Wooden Star Crafts: Glue Stars

Arrange the wooden stars in a pattern that fits the plastic headband. Next, paint a coat of decoupage glue to the star. Shake a generous amount of glitter onto the star, then let dry. Once dry, add a dot of glue from a low-temp hot glue gun to the back of each wooden star and affix it to the jewelry wire on the headband. Once secure and all the stars are placed on the headband, add another coat of decoupage glue to the back and shake on a generous amount of glitter. Leave the headband to dry for several hours.

New Year's Eve Wooden Star Crafts: Add Glitter

Shake on a thick layer of glitter to the decoupage glue on the wooden stars.

Make Headband

Measure the gauge wire against the plastic headband to determine the length and cut with scissors (Image 1). Attach the wire to both sides of the plastic headband by twisting the ends tightly around the middle section of the headband (Image 2). Next, use a low-temp hot glue gun to add a dot of glue to one end of the plastic headband (Image 3). Affix the end of the glitter cord to the dot of glue and then begin tightly wrapping the cord around the headband. Tip: Once you reach the wire on the headband, wrap the cord around a few extra times to keep the wire from showing (Image 4). Continue wrapping the cord until you reach the other end of the headband. Use scissors to trim the cord, then attach it to the headband with a dot of hot glue (Image 5).

New Year's Eve Wooden Star Crafts: Make Headband

Start by measuring jewelry wire around the plastic headband. Next, cut the cord and wrap the ends of the wire tightly around the middle part of the plastic headband. Then use a low-temp hot glue gun to add a bead of glue to the bottoms of the plastic headband. Now wrap the glitter string starting at the ends and wrapping tightly up the headband. Once to the other end, add a bead of glue from a low-temp hot glue gun to secure ends.

New Year's Eve Wooden Star Crafts: Make Headband

Start by measuring jewelry wire around the plastic headband. Next, cut the cord and wrap the ends of the wire tightly around the middle part of the plastic headband. Then use a low-temp hot glue gun to add a bead of glue to the bottoms of the plastic headband. Now wrap the glitter string starting at the ends and wrapping tightly up the headband. Once to the other end, add a bead of glue from a low-temp hot glue gun to secure ends.

New Year's Eve Wooden Star Crafts: Glue Headband

Start by measuring jewelry wire around the plastic headband. Next, cut the cord and wrap the ends of the wire tightly around the middle part of the plastic headband. Then use a low-temp hot glue gun to add a bead of glue to the bottoms of the plastic headband. Now wrap the glitter string starting at the ends and wrapping tightly up the headband. Once to the other end, add a bead of glue from a low-temp hot glue gun to secure ends.

New Year's Eve Wooden Star Crafts: Wrap Headband

Start by measuring jewelry wire around the plastic headband. Next, cut the cord and wrap the ends of the wire tightly around the middle part of the plastic headband. Then use a low-temp hot glue gun to add a bead of glue to the bottoms of the plastic headband. Now wrap the glitter string starting at the ends and wrapping tightly up the headband. Once to the other end, add a bead of glue from a low-temp hot glue gun to secure ends.

New Year's Eve Wooden Star Crafts: Glue Headband

Start by measuring jewelry wire around the plastic headband. Next, cut the cord and wrap the ends of the wire tightly around the middle part of the plastic headband. Then use a low-temp hot glue gun to add a bead of glue to the bottoms of the plastic headband. Now wrap the glitter string starting at the ends and wrapping tightly up the headband. Once to the other end, add a bead of glue from a low-temp hot glue gun to secure ends.

Glue Glitter Stars

Add a dot of glue from a low-temp hot glue gun to the back of the middle, biggest star (Image 1). Then affix the back of the star to the jewelry wire and hold it in place until dry. Repeat the steps above for the remaining stars (Image 2). Next, flip the headband over and place it on a piece of paper. Use a small paintbrush to add a layer of decoupage glue to the back of each star (Image 3). Then sprinkle a coat of silver glitter onto the stars (Image 4) and let dry for several hours. Slip on the headband and pose for the perfect New Year’s Eve snap (Image 5).

New Year's Eve Wooden Star Crafts: Glue Stars

Arrange the wooden stars in a pattern that fits the plastic headband. Next, paint a coat of decoupage glue to the star. Shake a generous amount of glitter onto the star, then let dry. Once dry, add a dot of glue from a low-temp hot glue gun to the back of each wooden star and affix it to the jewelry wire on the headband. Once secure and all the stars are placed on the headband, add another coat of decoupage glue to the back and shake on a generous amount of glitter. Leave the headband to dry for several hours.

New Year's Eve Wooden Star Crafts: Glue Stars

Arrange the wooden stars in a pattern that fits the plastic headband. Next, paint a coat of decoupage glue to the star. Shake a generous amount of glitter onto the star, then let dry. Once dry, add a dot of glue from a low-temp hot glue gun to the back of each wooden star and affix it to the jewelry wire on the headband. Once secure and all the stars are placed on the headband, add another coat of decoupage glue to the back and shake on a generous amount of glitter. Leave the headband to dry for several hours.

New Year's Eve Wooden Star Crafts: Decoupage Stars

Arrange the wooden stars in a pattern that fits the plastic headband. Next, paint a coat of decoupage glue to the star. Shake a generous amount of glitter onto the star, then let dry. Once dry, add a dot of glue from a low-temp hot glue gun to the back of each wooden star and affix it to the jewelry wire on the headband. Once secure and all the stars are placed on the headband, add another coat of decoupage glue to the back and shake on a generous amount of glitter. Leave the headband to dry for several hours.

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